Fly Fishing the Cowboy State
Wyoming is home to Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Teton, and the headwaters of the Yellowstone and Bighorn Rivers. Wyoming also boasts several species of native cutthroat trout, hundreds of miles of difficult to access rivers and creeks, and a rich tradition of western hospitality. All of this within the least populated state in the union.
What Wyoming lacks in people, it makes up for when it comes to trout fishing. Wyoming is home to some heavy hitters—the North Platte, the Bighorn, the Wind, the Snake, and several other well-known rivers. But, with Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures you will have exclusive opportunity to fish some of the West’s most difficult to access waters. The Wind River Canyon, Brush Creek, and French Creek are a few of these gems and Yellow Dog’s expert staff knows them well.
We have hand-picked a selection of guest ranches and lodges for anglers and their non-angling companions to enjoy the rugged yet accommodating nature of the Cowboy State.